Independent Student Organizations
Introduction
The focus of university life is to apply oneself to academic learning and research, but for character growth, much can be learned from extracurricular activities. It can be a valuable experience to be active in extracurricular activities by using one’s individuality and talent as well as to discover and modify oneself within the group. It is possible to lead a more rewarding university life by selecting and participating in a club that is suitable for you.

Our university actively supports club activities, and currently, there are 49 officially recognized clubs that engage in various activities. Clubs can be divided into department clubs and university clubs, and university clubs may be recognized as central clubs when they are composed of students from various departments. When a club is recognized as a central club, it is provided a clubroom, and various forms of support are given by the central club or the Office of Student Affairs when necessary.
Procedures for the registration of a central club
  • a) Announcement of the registration period (Club Association)
  • b) Distribution of the registration forms (Club Association)
  • c) Collection of the registration forms (Club Association)
  • d) Submission of the registration forms (Student Service Center of the Office of Student Affairs)
Procedures for an event approval
  • a) Complete and submit the event plan form (Club Association).
  • b) Submit the event plan form, authorization, and approval (Office of Student Affairs).
  • c) Request for the cooperation of each division and a confirmation of the event.
  • d) Supervise the event.
For inquiries regarding clubs, contact the Club Association at 970-7022.
Student Club Details
Performance
No. Club Location Purpose
1 Gray Mood Room 327, Student Hall No. 1 Band music and performance
2 Rap Star Room 323-1, Student Hall No. 1 A club for rap enthusiasts
3 Semachi Room 326, Student Hall No. 1 A club for heavy metal music lovers with a regular performance
4 Sorisarang Room 325, Student Hall No. 1 Acoustic guitar pop music
5 Snuto Room 316, Student Hall No. 1 Orchestra and chamber music
6 Eowooleum Room 323, Student Hall No. 1 Classic guitars and friendship
7 Eoui Experimental Theater Room 317, Student Hall No. 1 A club for creativity, an experimental spirit, and beautiful and fresh theater performances
8 Yeolhyeolmooguen Room 328, Student Hall No. 1 Promote physical and emotional health through dance
9 Unification Morning Music band
10 IM Room 324, Student Hall No. 1 Popular dance
Martial Arts
11 Eoui Swordsmanship Club General Sport Field, Club Room 15 Character development through the art of swordsmanship
12 Taekwondo General Sport Field, Club Room 16 Training the mind and body and building one’s character through taekwondo
13 Judo General Sport Field, Club Room 14 Training the mind and body and building one’s character through Judo
Voluntary Services
14 Saealmteo Room 305-1, Student Hall No. 1 Regional movements and relief for the poor
15 Seogogo Room 309, Student Hall No. 1 Support for abandoned cats and expansion of animal rights awareness
16 RCY Room 322-1, Student Hall No. 1 Red Cross Youth
Exhibition
17 Geurimrang Room 311, Student Hall No. 1 Examination of comics and the manga culture as a part of art
18 Malgeun Geurim Room 320-1, Student Hall No. 1 Movie direction and appreciation group
19 Eoui Photography Group Room 308, Student Hall No. 1 A pursuit of photography as an art and its techniques
Religious Activities
20 Rosario (Catholic student group) General Sport Field, Club Room 11 Sharing love through pilgrimages and volunteering
21 YWAM Room 314, Student Hall No. 1 Introducing Christianity as a pursuit of the true knowledge
22 CAM Room 207, Student Hall No. 1 A mission community club that preaches the gospel through the advent of the Holy Spirit during Pentecost
23 CCC Room 304, Student Hall No. 1 A club that preaches the gospel and holds revival meetings
24 I.V.F Room 302, Student Hall No. 1 A club that aims to spread the gospel among intellectuals through document mission activities
Sports
25 Riders Room 315, Student Hall No. 1 Building friendships by riding bicycles together
26 Bodka(Board Game) General Sport Field, Club Room 12 Board games
27 Shooting club Room 319, Student Hall No. 1 Training the body and mind through shooting
28 Diving Club Room 318, Student Hall No. 1 Learning diving skills and leading the movement to protect marine resources
29 Baseball Club 217 Athletics through baseball and exchanges with other universities
30 E-sports General Sport Field, Club Room 10 A group of video game enthusiasts
31 Zelkova tree Tennis Court Training the body and mind through tennis
32 KOBO (Bowling) Room 205, Student Hall No. 1 Friendships in bowling
33 SPABA (Basketball) General Sport Field, Club Room 3 Sportsmanship through basketball
34 TABOTA General Sport Field, Club Room 9 Riding through various boards to promote friendship
35
  • STRC
  A gathering to lead a healthy running culture and share the joy of running together
36
  • FC CTRL(Soccer)
  A club to promote friendship among members through soccer
Academics
37 Geunsa (Modern and Contemporary History Society) 204 A club that is dedicated to the sincere and truthful recognition of Korean history
38 Invention Club General Sport Field, Club Room 7 A club that facilitates inventions and research activities
39 Sirius Room 303, Student Hall No. 1 A star observation society
40 Dream Composer General Sport Field, Club Room 5 A club for compositions (e.g., media, music, and others)
41 English Conversation Club (ECC) 218 A club that is dedicated to increasing the English language proficiency of its members
42 ITEM (Entrepreneurship) 211 A club that nurtures capable and young entrepreneurs in today’s unstable job market
43 Japanese Conversation Club (JCC) 203 A club that is dedicated to improving the Japanese language proficiency of its members
44 TIME Room 208, Student Hall No. 1 A club that is dedicated to learning and appreciating English
45 Inactors General Sport Field, Club Room 13 A group that executes projects with an entrepreneurial spirit to improve the quality of life of people in need of community help
46 Double quotation mark   Sexual Minorities Human Rights Club
47 ATST General Sport Field, Club Room 17

Meetings aimed at developing appropriate technologies that can contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of the underprivileged and those who do not benefit from the technology

232 Gongneung-ro, Nowon-gu, Seoul, 01811, korea
Tel : +82-2-970-6114,7114 Fax : +82-2-970-6088